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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 October 1910

We are ready for your stove order right now with enormous stocks of our ' high grade stoves and ranges which we are selling this year at prices which mean a saving to you of from $5.:0. to $20.00, No dealer anywhere will ve you such stoves and ranges as we offer at anywhere near our prices and . - Iyou pay a penny more than we ask you are simply throwing money away, because no one can give you any more stove value than we give. We have big stocks of our best stoves and ranges in warehouses scattered here and there throughout the country so that we can make quick shipment to you and deliver thestovesafely to your nearest railway station in just a few days' time. There w.ll be no long delays, no waiting for the stove you need, but prompt shipments and guaranteed satisfaction. Write Today for Our Stove Catalogue Our new stove catalogue for the Fall and Wirter of 1910 and 19! 1 is now ready, and if you need a stove of any kind you will make a serious mistake if you place your order with...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 October 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. t. Isaste Bill No. 1. A JOINT IRESOI.LTION Proposing an amenidenet to the Constitution of the State of l.ousiana fo,,r the assess ment, levy and collh'tiouln of a tax in the Partoh of Orleans and the State of Lou laana., Ii aid io lo-asting and building an oepoiitiion iu the city of New Orleans tu Celebrate the coupletioti of the Painlama Canal, said tax to be expended under th," direction of the World a 'Pair.aua lEpuoi tion Company eictloto 1. ite it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Luitilana. two thirds of all miembers elected to ea'h house concurring, That an amendn  it to the ('on stitotiton of the State of .Louissana be Cub altted to the quaitiied e:e. tors of the State I" for their approvai or rn 'itiion as required by Art:cle tI1 of tu. I. on'titutiton of the State of IJLuis;etin at the CInt;rensional blection to be held it tl.e tirst luiiday next folliwlng the lint .11 \luda of .uo ember. I110, as ftllows. Ilhe Wnrd a Panam...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 October 1910

RHEUMATISM Get a 25-cent " vial. S I If it fails to cure I will refund your money. SMunyon. NUNYON'S RHEUMATISM CURE SAVE YOUR MONEY. One bet of Tutt's Pins save many doles in doc tors' hils. Cure diseases of the liver or bowels. For sick headache. dyspepsia. malari, conest pain and billousress, a million people endorse Tuft's Pills Arkansas Directory ..so,, ROOFING PREPAREDFING Nothing IBetter. Slade by UIona Mlfg. Co., Aurora, Illinois. FONES BROTHERS HARDWARE COMPANY State Agents. LITTLE aOCK. ARKANSAS BEAT THIS sa o. 2 .mith Preelersand No. A Remitngton; former price 520U. sold at 53 per month at an advance. (uaranteed one year. Ready for use. No. j Oliver M39. L. C. Smiths and tInderwoods. old over 1000. lra5u-WtaurLI, s" w. *e4 Obe, Uia. ias, ok.. Men"l today for bargain list. MACHINERY Enginea s and Boelers saw Mills, (rist tMlls, Cotton Gins. Mill So pple l ofoil kuilds. bilgbt prepLid to aj point. lrm de mock, l , prices. prumpt shlpment. Send for Cats lo *"M." BEN. ND.D. ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 21 October 1910

Sthlaoeceros met with in Uganda and IBritish East Africa Is the common black "rhinoceros bicor nls," I. e., "the two horned rhino." I have heard of "freaks" with three, and even five horns, but I have never seen one of them. The Indian rhino has only one horn; it also differs in having huge massive folds of skin, which make it look as if clad in a coat of mail, like a battle horse of the middle ages. Notwith standing the absence of these folds, the skin of the African rhino is more than an inch thick along the back and sides, and over the abdomen, where It is comparatively thin, it is fully half an inch. An extinct two-horned species of rhino, discovered in the ice fields of Siberia. along with the extinct mam moth, had a shaggy coat of long wool; but the present Africa representatives of these antediluvian rhinos and ele phants have practically a naked skin, with the exception of the tip of the tail, which is fringed with long bris ties. The upper lip of the rhino overlaps the lowe...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gazette Publishing -ompany, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tensas School Board and Fifth Louisiana Levee District. $1.50 Per A a. NE W SERIES VOL. XVII. ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1910. NUMBER 42. IWild Rice and Celery to Be Planted in Louisiana Marshes New Orlrcans.---sxperiments in thie popagation of wild rice and wild cel ery, so as to make a high-class food Imr the great flock 1S of wild geese sad ducks which come to the Lou lana marshes every winter, have been begun by the Hoard of Oommis ineers for the Protection of Birds. game and Fish. The first planting has been cornpkted under the au spices of the commission, the work being done from the patrol launch loyal Tern, under the command of Warden T. W. Campbell, and assist ed by Wardens Amller and Ducassis. At present, the great wild rice and wild celery producing marshes of the United States are in the vicinity of lltimore, bid., and the canvasback decks killed there every season bring the hig...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

kiirfljj elkeoi 1 ýy BURT E PO .- i.1t1 d r e s fro .. . r .. I- , t le . l' . ' Ii, , it t ' I : - "ri, :; 1 h, I I-.... , i i : i (!. - '1 Ie ',1 :," i a d d r  s s f ro n t L i r .I , , .- t i. , for fear they % .ii ,it: t. ,l- ,.Iarlh. smell into i " I ' :- n-:. ' e W ith qunit in ti:,r', ((0',I M t.hc 1rr Earth Itidtr, i -i4 1 i n r .l , 1 ,T the time or ic1- w~Ih itI 111` hia' nothitlln for his greed. W\'t 'atl+ no tIn? l Look to India fir oii attiut r. T,'n million of our owtn .\Ar' it iilood tilar there in a sintgle f in,;,- ,ar , i tr" e tr " upon a soil that otnc, t;a. ;,:il still could be, almo 11 i:c ,i-in0 E it'lly f. rtile Russia ofter :lnirthier ridly, wh-tre With stomachs t iliat\ In11 enlter ;1 world that never filt: thIlm. Yet an other answer, cei'nturieo 1c,li. nlaty t) found I. the TItris i tjlinhrat-.s valley. which, once nart\ lou-ly tetrtile. now scorches usel:-'ly Iln the tropic sun. The ecesilthy of man1t forgel a wellpon that brought him Iiplnty; bhut th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

The Legacy of Hate EMARKABLE achievements of Ivan Br'dsky, SI''-: , . cw 1 cesti; i : s into Fs.chlcL hrrre n: .: :l r". b1 d him to crs-r spi tu~ ! d e ::: ses : rnd to cxA:reK evil spirits from the bodies of their victims. AA A By H. M. EGBERT A d , I NN~g. , tvty W. Ut. CLaymp n ,jn *,p.rr ,;t.t to ~(. curt |l: t rJ.) ti li tE must he many who rtelntelber the senisation c.I .l Iby the news that Int. l\all lrodsky, during the spring of 19108. suc e,ded in curing nearly go out of souih ::, odd insane pa trts in the Stafford county sylam. ie walked through the wards. wikang with the inmates, praying with them. laying on his hands-in htort performillng precisely what the apostles had been told to do, and aclieving that exact result which had been promised to those who had faith. I believe that, without exception, all those whom he failed to cure were suf faring from actual brain lesions, or frotn some constitutlor al breakdown. such as senile decay. Those whom he cared were, ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - -- LA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 9110 ABNER E. GREE'N, - - EDITrroR. BUBSCRIPTIoN VICARLT eh' IN Advance. . THE AMENDMENTS. Elsewhere will be found a succinct statement of each of the fifteen con stitutional amendments to he sub mitted Nov. 8th. We shall print this tabloid from time to time in the hope that it may help those who desire to vote intelligently on the proposed changes in the organic law. With few exceptions they are un complicated. On the whole they are meritorious. None is vicious. None is calculated to do public harm. Four are of immediate interest to the city of New Orleans. Two cov er the Exposition, one the grant of power to the Dock Board so that a system of storage warehouses for cotton may be erected here, and the fourth is the exemption of steam ship lines which domicle in Louis iana within two years from January 1, 1911, with a paid-up capital of $3,000,000. If this last amendment induces a single line to come, it will be one of the...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

List of Delinquent Road Hands for Tensas Parish. The following is the list of the delinquent Road Tax Payers for the year 1910. This Tax must be paid promptly or steps will be taken to enforce collection, which will attach additional costs. F!'ST W.ARD. Anderson, Isaiah; Canton. Armstrong, Alien; Canton. Audley, Dave; Elk Ridge. Andrews, Horace; Locustland. Birdstraw, Enkill; Lake Place. Barney, Hamp; WinterQuarters. Benton, Jno.; Evergreen. Brown, Jim; Eastwood. Brown, Jim, Jr.; Eastwood. Boyd, Henry; Eastwood. Brown, Louis; Frogmore. Berry, John; Cane Ridge. Barber, Clarence; Buon. Berry, Louis; Glen Muir. Bell, Richard; Opossum Run. Barrett, Missu; Bertha Villa. Baker, Wm.; Bertha Villa. Barton, Ernest; Bertha Villa. Blackburn, John; Canton. Brown, Chas.; Canton. Barrett, Jim; Elk Ridge. Barrett, John; Elk Ridge. Butler, Milton; Elk Ridge. Brum, Henry; Elk Ridge. Clemens, John; Hard Times. Clark, Geo.; Eastwood. Clark, Andy; Frogmore. Carbell, (has.; Terisville. Clark, Walter; Bu...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

From the Mills to the Customer Buy your Rues, Carpets, Curtains, Draperies and Furniture at Mill Prices this fall, and keep one-third to one-half of the regular retail store prices in your own pocket. When you buy house furnishings in the ordinary retail store remember that the price you pay not only carries a profit to the manufacturer, the jobber and the retailer, but also all the cost of traveling sales men, railroad fares and hotel bills, clerk hire, high rentals, and the hundred and one other expenses of the ordinary method of retailing. When you buy house furnishing goods from us you get the bright. esat goods, the newest styles and patterns, the highest qualities direct from the largest mills and factories at about the price equal goods bring at wholesale. This means such a big saving to you that you can't afford to buy a carpet, a rug, a pair of curtains, a piece of fur. niture of any kind until you have first seen our catalogue with its big stock of house furnishing goods a...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. reaste Bill No. 1. A JOINT IIEKOI.LUTION troposag an amendmn t to the 1 .nl.tlttion of the btat of LowI,t .i. a lir the a,'+ pent, y Vly and rI,,I1,oi .1f a tax tni i Parsh of (rieasan ail the. "at, ,f I.o isianl , in aid oif l. ,tlr; g ai.i bL dtill." :,, expositi to in the ity or \ei 4 )r . s, - t celebrate the , tt. |,lh ";ul he' 1+ , +Na:( cianar, ail tIai I. iti., il.ifdtid lhd-r tl'O directiun u Iof : \\ i r,d l' a.aliu thbpa tion Company. ectioa 1. lie it i .,'' d Iby the G(eeral assembly of the Stat,- f l.eul- laa, tw,, thirds of all memilnli" -'. i' d .to ea.I hious concurring. 'That a,1 hta - i . t.,1 i't to the ( -4 -titutiob of the ,ta:'', ,f L. oi. iIae be ubh .nitted to the qual'.ld e:e, tors of the State. for their appr.lr.l ~ir i,.t','tiiii os required by Artidle 4JI if the 1 ,"n-tlitti'in ".f the ltate of l.tia.,xal at the 4' ,ngre".tonal election to be held oun tI., trt ltI i, lay I rW, t ollowing the tirot 1ixay of N\iewb...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

ANOThIER WOMAN CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Blachk Duel:, Mi:,n.-"About a year I :wr,to y, tl 1 at I was sick and ould not do any of my housework. Mv -ickn r ss wall call.l I li.et. . ilexi n. « ! I,. I would sit d,:in I felt as if I could not get up. I took liiydia E. Pinikham's S Ve(getable Com S pound and did ju:t as you told nue and now I am perfectly cured, and have a bi.r baby boy."- Mrs. .A 1', : A.\Jsuo, Blux 10, Iliack ('on-ider This Advice. No , ,, I should subhmit to a surgi cal o,'. v , , wIVitiich may mo:an death, unti l I has 'ivon Ly dia E. I'inkhmln's Senth' le Ioil. 1Iiud, made ext luhsive 'y fl,:u roots and herbs, a fair trial. Tt:i- famous medicine for women has fur t' i:ty years proved to be the most valu:ahbl tonic and invigorator of the f.moale organism. Women resid ing in al1111st every city aind town in the : .'nitd States tear willing testi tmor.v t), lt,' wonlderflll virtue of Lydia E. ii l irn's Vegetable Cornpoulld. It cur'.. ire:lde ill...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910

American Girl May Share the Throne of Portugal ILL she ever become the queen of Portugal? That was the question which was asked again and again, when, on July 9, 1909, there was an nounced in London the engagement of Miss Anita Stewart, the Amer ican heiress, to Prince Miquel Maximilian Sa bastian Marie de Bra ganza, the eldest son of Prince Miquel. the pre tender to the throne of Portugal, and grandson of the man who actually reigned as king to that country from 1828 to 1834. That question is being asked re peatedly today, now that the dynasty of Braganaa-Coburg has been over thrown by the revolutionary move ment and King Manuel and the queen mother have sought safety in flight But, nlateresting as are the complica tions which confront one when he un dertakes to investigate the history of the royal family of Portugal, the con. tinagencles which might admit of the secession of an American queen are rather improbable of occurrence, and they are not much more Improbable new that the r...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 28 October 1910
Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 November 1910

THE TENSAS GAZETTE Gatte Publishing .ny, Ltd. Official Paper of the Parish of Tesa Sdc d boad ad Fif Liniman Levee t. i$1.5 Per A e. NEW SERIES VOL. XVII. _ ST. JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910. NUMBER 43. .. .. m ,,. . . • , , .= =, . . . · • ,,, I· •·· I. . . . . . . . ·I.., ·I, nu ·1 1 .ra·ur .m •· ,e Ie m. •I adi ·· ·I tom·m m a IDi it h '7 . 11 'I ý 1 "i* THElirt-bbe any hmbnw beint in look down with perfect propiety on the ret of his neighbors sia the e sphere dt certion or gase ever' their beads and shoelder eWith as exaspersagr air of forgettaless  of Melr.preseme3 it is certainly the .e. .ated citizen-wbo has gained the san amt of a msuntain. It is rather.an easy accompHshmett '.s these dayseof steam and electricity s ride to ther top of a mountain in the mfortable seompartment of as u 'ard pnoving rrailwy train. But moun ta climbing:Is a totally different ,exz grience from mountain traveling. It -means skill and iercise and eilMaa ,.tlon. It means working one's way...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 November 1910

N the course of my travels I came more than once across the l'.g;sies, and t.ad \v r< chaill of stuti 11g thI tit iake and in;anei' I of these queter lit tle freaks, whose history lha, r-er had a strange attrac tion for ethinoriogi::ts. Stanley saw and took stock of tihe.ro and suilcite. ,ed in Interviet ing Joni (f theiIr princess. s, who, with her Ir-ople lived in the gloom of the great ('e.ttral Atrican forest. liut long btlore Mr. Stanley's time lierodotus recorded their exist ence and crtctorl s lie tells us, in his own lialf-c.-ri ou.s, haIlf-hllunoroIrs fash Ion, of a certain ill-toted warrior who sailed thrcu:hi the P' llars of Hercules. and ater ta 'irg to double the ('ape of L.ybia. th ln- supploseid to be sur rounded by wiater. retuirnred to El'gypt, and tlhnc-e to the co.urt of Xerxes. where. Ini di' ilijee his adv. ntures, he spoke of "a nation of little men who wore garllren:ts I:.adre of pamn-leaver.s. and who Ihft thi ir icities and fled to the nmoritaitis on thl...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 November 1910

_ Ur1C~llrlC HErE ®]5Z9N 1DHEDm f® iiR2 ®hTTrruiXI (AI ®WITr 11112 VLWJ¶TM ~W1L~ O)AY' the songbirds of the 'nited Stat s have thrown about tbenl the strong arm of prott ction. Fur a quarter of a century there was hard and systematic work to s:tve creatures who were hellle.,s to save themselves and against who'a. as someone has put it, the hand of man antl the bead of woman constantly were rai, d. It per haps is hardly necessary to say that the allstioni to the head of woman had to do with tl' fa.-hion of wearing the plumage of native wild birds for decorations for hats and bonnets. It was a hard fight to get the mas'sP of the people interested in the bird prot'etion move ment. Today very little is known in a general way of the manner in which success was wrought out. It is not at all uncomman tvc n now to bear the bird protectors spoken of as mere sen ttimntalists, and there are men who have had a part In the fight to save the wild life who have been sneered at as effeminate. Th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 November 1910

The Tensas Gazette. ST. JOSEPH, - - - LA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 9110. ABNER E. GREEN, - - EDnOR. 8USSCUIPTION YTARLY W Ina sevU.ee. THE FINAL WORD. Before another issue of the Ga sette shall go to press the people of Louisiana will have decided at the polls whether they desire that Con grees shall locate the proposed ex- I position at New Orleans or at San I Francisco. It is not probable that f a single right-minded person in the State would wish to see the choice ' go to San Francisco, though not all c may understand that the defeat of the two amendments relating to the exposition is equivalent to instruct ing Congress that Louisiana does a not want the exposition. San Francisco, being the only contestant for the honor, will get the prize by default and that city 8 will reap the vast benefit that un der a broader and wiser policy i would come to us. As this is the last word, it is permissible perhaps to epitomize in a desultory way a some of the suggestions advanced t from time to ti...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 November 1910

Selling the Best Groceries We Employ Every Facility and Adopt Every Methodtolnsurellighest Quality W'e o ora e what is undoubtedly thes largest and most succesful re tal grocery store in the beuciaof l rlreCucod gly low rices and our splendid qualitie. With the growth of the bustness we Itare lt pt Id the most advanoed methods aid our grocery and food products meanure up to the highest standards required by the natlinal and state pure food laws. &saiy oos err u oou can't hbuy sch groceries as we sell from dato to dat t ne whereese a nyther o rld TPus "sea mm - what price 3-)0 pay. We can save you one-third on the o ,rtes you pay in the average retail store, and at the amne time give you better goods, more satlufactory groceries than you can post, ly get of the smail retail dealer. Our Stocks are Always Fresh The enormous volume of our usins Insure freshness in every artcle sold by wa Ocre eery deription pass through our hands so rapidly that there is no opportunlty for the t to ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 4 November 1910

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS ACT NO. 2. Senate Bll, No. 1. A JOINT RIESOLUTION Propoing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of L.oulsiana for the asaess mint, hII) and colection of a tax In the Parish of Orleans and the State of Lou is..i.i. In aid of lotiaung and building an expot. iin in the city of .Ne Orleans to ti.etbi ate the c.mpiet i-n of the Panama lanais, said tax to be expend--d under the directiun of the World a l'.anima Expoat titn o oupan). Sectuion 1 le it resolved by the General Assembly of the state of Louisiana, two thirds of all n~umbers el.' red to, each house con urriing. That an, aUmendcnt to the Con sattiut in of the State of Louisiana be sub mitted to the qualitied el,-ctra of the State for their approval or rere' tiom as required by Article J3l of the Con. t tution of the Slate of LouistaIna at i-the Iongressional ele~,-:in to be bhel on li- tfirt t'uesday next following the irt M1,:,day of November, 1'!10. as followe: 'I he World i Panama Exposition...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
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